Monthly Archives: June 2011

Howler Monkeys Video

Although you cannot see the howler monkeys very clearly in this video, you can clearly hear what they sound like.

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Honduras Underwater Video

This was filmed in Utila, Cayos Cochinos, and Guanaja, Honduras. Honduras Underwater from salty dog on Vimeo.

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6/11-6/29 Guanaja & Graham’s Place, Honduras-waiting on a weather window

The wind won’t quit blowing very strong from the east, so we have been hanging out in Guanaja, Honduras for over two weeks. El Bite is the place we have been anchoring when the wind is blowing really strong. But, … Continue reading

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6/10 Passage to Guanaja, Honduras-Swimming in 3000+ feet of water

We left Cayos Cochinos 6 a.m. knowing that there wouldn’t be much wind and that we would have to motor to Guanaja. There was not a breathe of wind, so the iron jib (a.k.a.-the engine) was in full effect. A … Continue reading

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6/8-6/9 Cayos Cochinos, Honduras

We were exiting the reef pass around 8:15 a.m., and were so excited to be heading to Cayos Cochinos. The wind was blowing pretty strong from the west, so we had a beautiful 4-hour sail. Ted did some much needed … Continue reading

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6/7 Roatan, Honduras

Our plans to leave around 6:30 a.m. were quickly thwarted by an overheating engine. Ted thought it was a problem with the raw water strainer, but when he checked it out he found out this wasn’t the case. Ted ended … Continue reading

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6/2-6/6 Utila, Honduras

The passage to Utila, Honduras was a great one, even though we had to motorsail just about the whole way. We left Livingston on morning of the 2nd and crossed the bank at about 10:45 am. With the occasional slight … Continue reading

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5/16-6/1 Rio Dulce, Guatemala

We left the Sapodillos the morning of May 16th with absolutely glassy conditions. It was almost eerie as we motored toward Livingston, Guatemala. Despite the fact that we had to motor 90% of the way there, it was a pretty … Continue reading

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8 Things I’ll miss about Belize

1. “Thank you too” Whenever I said thank you to a Belizean, he or she would respond automatically with “thank you too.” I mean, could this sound any more pleasant? At stores, bars, or restaurants they were thanking me for … Continue reading

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Nicholas Caye, Belize 5/14-5/15

Placencia was a cool town, but it didn’t supply us with the clear water and amazing snorkeling we had become accustomed to in Belize. We decided that before we got to the Rio Dulce (a beautiful, large, fresh water river … Continue reading

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